This article is from Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine : PEHM , volume 9 . Abstract Introduction: In his classic essay “The phenomenological approach to psychopathology”, Karl Jaspers defended the irreducible reality of the “subjective” mental symptoms and stressed the pivotal role of empathy in their diagnostic assessment. However, Jaspers’ account of the epistemological role of empathy in psychopathological diagnosis was far from clear: whereas at several places Jaspers... Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3995426
This essay revisits Karl Jaspers' classic, "The Idea of the University." Jaspers was reinstated as president of Heidelberg University in 1945, and he presided over its rebuilding. His book, "The Idea of the University," written in 1946, was published in English 13 years later. It interprets an ideal of the university and emphasizes the purposes and responsibilities of institutions of higher education. The objectives of the university are identified as research, education,... Topics: ERIC Archive, College Role, Colleges, Educational Objectives, Higher Education, Values, Fincher,...
This is a lecture given by Professor Walter Kaufmann at Princeton University in 1960. He gave four lectures in all. 1. Kierkegaard and the Crisis of Religion. 2. Nietzsche and the Crisis of Philosophy. 3. Sartre and the Crisis of Morals. and 4. Kierkegaard, Sartre, Heidegger and Jaspers He discusses the evolution of the idea of existentialism. Topics: Soren Kierkegaard, Friedrich Nietzsche, Karl Jaspers, Jean-Paul Sartre, Martin Heidegger, Walter...
UNESCO Courier October 1968 Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi by Raja Rao (Page 4) Landmarks in an Extraordinary Life by Olivier Lacombe (Page 6) The Heritage of Non-Violence by Rand Habachi (Page 13) Martin Luther King: We Shall Overcome (Page 20) The Way of Bapu by Humayun Kabir (Page 22) One of Karl Jaspers’ Last Commentaries: Gandhiji by Karl Jaspers (Page 26) Gandhi on Students and Politics by Malcom S. Adiseshiah (Page 28) Gandhi’s Views on Education (Page 31) Topics: Hind Swaraj, UNESCO
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Sehr geehrter Herr!: Autorenbriefe aus dem Springer-Archiv Author: Heinz Sarkowski Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg ISBN: 978-3-540-11695-0 DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-68680-1 Table of Contents: Emil Abderhalden Beilsteins,Handbuch der organischen Chemie’ Arnold Berliner und ,Die Naturwissenschaften’ Max Born Richard Courant Heinrich Dubbel Paul Ehrlich Karl von Frisch Hermann Hager Karl Jaspers Hans Prinzhorn Ferdinand Sauerbruch Hans Spemann Richard Willstätter
This is the complete Server: “The Common Call” – Karl Jaspers coined the term “Axial Age” to describe the time when most of the world’s great religious traditions originated. Karen Armstrong has explored these beginnings in her recent book, The Great Transformation. I’ll lift up some of the themes she stresses, including the basic reminder that religion was not about dogma or belief, but instead “was about doing things that changed you at a profound level.” - ERS Topic: "common Call"
“The Common Call” – Karl Jaspers coined the term “Axial Age” to describe the time when most of the world’s great religious traditions originated. Karen Armstrong has explored these beginnings in her recent book, The Great Transformation. I’ll lift up some of the themes she stresses, including the basic reminder that religion was not about dogma or belief, but instead “was about doing things that changed you at a profound level.” - ERS Topic: Axial, axial age, common call
Reformation Sunday (October 29, 2006) For Reformation Sunday, Pastor Bastien focuses on the famous reading from Romans 3 that was so important to Luther, that "apart from the law, the righteousness of God has been disclosed…the righteousness of God through faith in Jesus Christ for all who believe." In a discussion drawing on existentialist thinker Karl Jaspers, he shows how the challenge of our age is not to try to justify ourselves before God, but rather to struggle to make life... Topic: Luther, Paul Tillich, Karl Jaspers, Romans, Anselm, atonement
This article is from Schizophrenia Bulletin , volume 39 . Abstract Questions concerning both the ontology and epistemology of the “psychiatric object” (symptoms and signs) should be at the forefront of current concerns of psychiatry as a clinical neuroscience. We argue that neglect of these issues is a crucial source of the stagnation of psychiatric research. In honor of the centenary of Karl Jaspers’ book, General Psychopathology, we offer a critique of the contemporary... Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3576163
L’épisode « Se défaire de nos rages » sera diffusé, au plus tard, le samedi 2 juillet 2016. L’épisode Qu’est-ce que la rage ? Comment un homme en revient-il ? Il y a beaucoup de choses à lire sur la colère. C’est une émotion très illustrée car très politique également : l’injustice fait éclater la colère. On voit la colère comme une révolte. Et si on parle de la colère, là, c’est qu’on nous dit d’abord que la rage est une colère extrême. On nous dit que... Topics: Rage, littérature, philosophie, maladie, colère
Kelebegin Secimi, Yeni Cikmis Gorunen Eski “Tarz”Lar, Bal Tuzagi, Bal Tuzagi Mekanlari, Manken Ajanslari, Kacinilmaz Gereklilik; Guzel Kadin, Bir Emniyet Yetkilisinin Agzindan Sistem, Turizm Otelcilik Ve Eglence Sektoru, Ortadogu'nun Gizli Bel Alti Ussu: Iran, Omer Seyfettin Tarzi “Bahar Ve Kelebekler” Hikayesi, “Ah Sebastian” In Arkaplani, Aziz “Sebastiane” (1976), Religulous- Ilahi Komedi (2008), Sadomazohizm, Onsoz, De Sade, Krafft - Ebing, Sadizm, Sacher - Masoch, Kuramsal... Topic: muhtelif konular ve kitaplardan alintilar